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I just repotted my mule palm. I made a mix that is mostly orchid bark and perlite with a tiny small amount of potting soil. Does that seem like an ok mix to use? Thanks 

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Scott W

I have some super mules that are in a mix of perlite, sand and potting soil that has pine bark in it.  They seem to be growing fine.  Only other mules I have are planted directly in the ground in my native Florida soil.

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PlantDad
6 hours ago, Scott W said:

I have some super mules that are in a mix of perlite, sand and potting soil that has pine bark in it.  They seem to be growing fine.  Only other mules I have are planted directly in the ground in my native Florida soil.

They seem to be very versatile

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Fallen Munk
On 10/5/2021 at 2:02 PM, PlantDad said:

I just repotted my mule palm. I made a mix that is mostly orchid bark and perlite with a tiny small amount of potting soil. Does that seem like an ok mix to use? Thanks 

I put mine into the native soil, mostly clay with some sandy loam.

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PlantDad
On 10/10/2021 at 2:20 PM, Fallen Munk said:

I put mine into the native soil, mostly clay with some sandy loam.

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Wow it's so healthy!  

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JohnFosterjdNw
On 10/6/2021 at 12:02 AM, PlantDad said:

I just repotted my mule palm. I made a mix that is mostly orchid bark and perlite with a tiny small amount of potting soil. Does that seem like an ok mix to use? Thanks 

I think it's good mix

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PlantDad
23 hours ago, JohnFosterjdNw said:

I think it's good mix

I agree 

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Dartolution

Mine is potted in just plain ol' STAGREEN potting mix with some Espoma plant tone added at planting. 

They are adaptable. 

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